Jamaat-e-Islami J&K has strongly condemned the "brute force" used by the forces against the unarmed peaceful protestors in Handwara, which left three people, including a woman dead and several others injured yesterday.
In a statement, it asked the world community and the human rights bodies to take notice of "state-sponsored brutality" against the common masses and take effective measures to get it stopped.
"Jamaat Islami J and k expresses its deep concern and anguish over the worst ever possible treatment of the Kashmiri people at the hands of the Indian forces," said a spokesman.
He said the Handwara massacre is another such "brutal act" which can be better termed as the state sponsored terrorism in Kashmir going on without any effective notice from the world human rights bodies.
"The United nations and other associated human rights bodies have utterly failed to check the human rights violations of the innocent Kashmiris for the reasons better known to the authorities controlling these toothless bodies," said the spokesman.
He expressed regrets at the "indifference" shown by the Muslim Ummah towards the "badly" suffering Kashmiri Muslims.
"The people here seem to have been left to bear all these atrocities calmly and never expect any relief from any political power in the world," he added.